April 12, 2009


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Academic Information. 2

Spring 2009 Final Exam Schedule. 2

Comprehensive Calendar 3

Invitation for graduate and professional student affiliates in the residential colleges. 3

Lectures and Events. 4

This Week in Marquand. 4

Labyrinth Options. 4

"Ministry and the Disinherited" Guest Lecturer-- All Invited. 4

Ministry Resource Center 4

“CORE Matters” Community Conversation: Admissions at YDS. 4

Kevin Roose, Author of “The Unlikely Disciple”. 4

Concert: Sacramental Winers, Bible Belters. 4

Senior Class Reception. 4

The Spiritual Roundtable presents: Rev. Craig Rennebohm, author of "Souls in the Hands of a Tender God" 4

The MacMillan Center Initiative on Religion, Politics, & Society Lecture: "Deliberative Secularism in Question: A Comparative Study of the Stasi 4

Commission (France) and the Bouchard-Taylor Commission (Quebec)" 4

Roland Clement to Speak on Charles Hartshorne and Process  Thinking. 4

Easter Rejoicing. 4

SBS Faculty Book Party. 4

Conversation about Sustainability at YDS. 4

Halls to Walls Coffee Hour Celebration. 4

Call for Papers: YDS Journal Glossalalia. 4

Student Council Elections. 4

Bike to Work Day Breakfast 4

Iraqi Month at Yale. 4

Classifieds. 4

For Sale. 4

Futon. 4

Lost/Found. 4

ISO: Tools. 4

Employment 4

Q Source Editor 4

Magee Fellowship. 4

Summer Groundskeeper 4

Typist Needed for Short Book. 4

G&P Orientation Assistants Needed. 4

Library Summer Job. 4

CPE in Alaska. 4

Summer Nannying. 4

Housing. 4

Summer Sublet in East Rock Area. 4

ISO: Housing. 4

House to Rent 4

Interested in Community Living?  Or subletting?. 4

Summer Sublet 4


Academic Information


Spring 2009 Final Exam Schedule




Monday, May 4

9-12 noon Rel. 600, O.T. Interpretation

C. Sharp     

Niebuhr Hall, Latourette (S223), Bushnell S212

2-5 p.m. Rel. 601, N.T. Interpretation    

D. Swancutt

Niebuhr Hall, Latourette (S223), Bushnell S212

Tuesday, May 5

9-12 noon Rel. 618, Intermediate Greek: Septuagint           

J. Hultin

Broholm (S202)

9-12 noon Rel. 726, Systematic Theology                  

E. Waggoner

Niebuhr Hall

3:30-6 p.m. Rel. 669, Historical Jesus

A. Collins

RSV (S200)

Wednesday, May 6

9-12 noon Rel. 604, Elementary Biblical Hebrew           

D. Kim

Broholm (S202)

9-12 noon Rel. 677, Advanced Biblical Hebrew Poetry       

J. Baden

L 104

9-12 noon Rel. 715, Intro to Christian Ethics II

F. Simmons

Niebuhr Hall

2-4 p.m. Rel. 605, Elementary NT Greek                             

S. Brand


2-4 p.m. Rel. 686, Greek Exegesis, 2 Peter and Jude       

J. Hultin


Thursday, May 7

9-12 noon Rel. 734, Reformation Europe (for all graduating seniors; others by request)         

B. Gordon

Niebuhr Hall

2-4 p.m. Rel. 850, Dante’s Journey to God   

P. Hawkins

ISM Great Hall

2-5 p.m. Rel. 674, Intermediate Hebrew II                    

V. Hoffer

Bushnell 212

Friday, May 8

9-12 noon Rel. 729, Survey of Medieval Latin Literature

J. Johnson

Wood (S117)


Comprehensive Calendar

In an attempt to better communicate all that happens on the Sterling Divinity Quadrangle (and beyond), some changes have been made recently in the way events and activities are posted.  Click on “calendars” on the YDS homepage menu (left-hand side of the page) for an updated list of events/activities information sources, along with a description, location and contact person for each.  Questions about particular calendars can be addressed to the individuals listed.  General questions about the calendars can be directed to  The list can be found at:


Invitation for graduate and professional student affiliates in the residential colleges


The Masters of Berkeley, Branford, Calhoun, Davenport, Ezra Stiles, Jonathan Edwards, Morse, Pierson, Saybrook, and Trumbull Colleges have asked me to forward the message below to all graduate & professional students. I am exceptionally pleased to do so and hope you might consider this exciting possibility for closer contact with undergraduate students in the colleges.


Invitation from the Masters of Participating Residential Colleges:

Marvin Chun, Master, Berkeley                        Penelope Laurans, Acting Master, Jonathan Edwards

Steven Smith, Master, Branford                        Frank Keil, Master, Morse

Jonathan Holloway, Master, Calhoun                Harvey Goldblatt, Master, Pierson

Stephen Pitti, Master, Ezra Stiles                       Edward Kamens, Master, Saybrook

Richard Schottenfeld, Master, Davenport          Janet Henrich, Master, Trumbull


We write to inform you about the continuation of the graduate and professional affiliate program sponsored by Yale's residential colleges. All of these positions are non-residential, that is, they do NOT allow grad/professional students to live in the colleges. For 2009-10, the colleges above are inviting students from the graduate and the professional schools to participate in residential college life at Yale. The residential colleges are intimate communities where individuals of diverse ages, backgrounds, and interests come together and learn from one another. Through the many activities and facilities in the colleges, our students quickly understand that belonging to a residential college is a precious educational and personal experience. We sincerely look forward to your application.


We believe that your involvement in residential college life would prove equally rewarding. Indeed, in our view, your presence in our colleges and participation in our activities – ranging from college-wide educational, cultural and social events to photography, pottery, art and drama, poetry readings, music, language tables, science groups, and career advising – would be most welcomed by our students and faculty. The graduate and professional affiliate program facilitates interaction with undergraduates, by providing special access to Berkeley, Branford, Calhoun, Davenport, Ezra Stiles, Jonathan Edwards, Morse, Pierson, Saybrook, or Trumbull College, a weekly meal allowance, and use of that college’s facilities. The kinds of activities in which student affiliates might be involved are described briefly below for the participating colleges. As noted earlier, these G&P affiliate positions do NOT involve living in the colleges.


If you are continuing at Yale for 2009-10, and would like to apply for consideration as a graduate/professional affiliate of a residential college, please complete the online application at and submit it by 12:00 noon on Monday, April 20, 2009.  Please note that late applications will NOT be considered.  Applicants will be notified by mid-May.


The appointments are for the 2009-10 academic year, beginning in September 2009, and are available to continuing graduate and professional school students who will be enrolled full-time. There will be a separate round of applications in September 2009 for incoming first year G&P students only.


For questions, contact John Muse the student graduate affiliate program coordinator ( The Graduate and Professional Affiliate program is administered by Lisa Brandes, Director of the Office of Graduate Student Life at the McDougal Center, and Deborah Bellmore, the Executive Assistant to the Council of Masters.  The program is funded though the generous support of the Yale President’s Office, the Dean of the Graduate School, the Yale Council of Masters, and the Yale residential colleges.

Lectures and Events


This Week in Marquand

-         Monday: A Service of the Word with Julie Faith Parker, Acting Instructor in Biblical Hebrew, preaching.

o       Easter Rejoicing: Signs and Songs of Resurrection (7:00PM)

-         Tuesday: The Amen Corner led by the Yale Black Seminarians and the Marquand Gospel Choir.

-         Wednesday: Post Easter Sung Morning Prayer: Songs of the Americas.

-         Thursday: A Service of the Word with graduating student Javen Swanson preaching.

-         Friday: Community Eucharist Bill Goettler, Assistant Dean, Ministerial Studies and Assessment preaching and Julie Kelsey, Acting Dean of Marquand Chapel, presiding.

Services begin at 10:30am. All are Welcome!


Labyrinth Options

We hope this email finds you well. CLC and the Chaplain's office would like to invite everyone to walk the labyrinth – an ancient practice that has been used to symbolize life's journey. It is a prayer practice that transcends culture and faith tradition; it is a contemplative prayer of movement that meets you where you are and embodies our journey to freedom during these holy days. You are welcome to walk it at your own pace and time.

            YDS Quad (Monday, April 13)

            Slifka Center (Tuesday, April 14, 3:30-5:30PM)


"Ministry and the Disinherited" Guest Lecturer-- All Invited

The YDS community is invited to "Ministry and The Disinherited" class with Stephen Pimpare, author of "A People's History of Poverty in America."

            Monday, April 13 (1:30PM)


Ministry Resource Center

Ministry Resource Center invites you to

-         Prepare for interviews or summer jobs through consultation about resources for the particular ministry so you will have a high quality experience, save time by knowing resources, and go informed.

-         Continue to use the Ministry Resource Center all summer or beyond graduation.  Memberships are available for individuals and congregations after graduation, no matter where you live.  Ask us about membership or visit our website:

-         Have better papers and projects by using the Ministry Resource Center resources: church administration, addiction, worship planning, music experiences, and more…..

-         Pentecost, Earth Day, and other special events resources are here for you!

-         And look at a DVD this weekend…and hear CDs as you commute.


“CORE Matters” Community Conversation: Admissions at YDS

The Committee on Racial Equality (CORE) and CLC invite you to the latest in our Community Conversation series focusing on the admissions process at YDS. We welcome Dean of Admissions Anna Ramirez, Assistant Director of Admissions Melissa Pucci and Professor John Collins, faculty chair of the admissions committee.  Come hear about YDS's recruitment and admissions policies, particularly as they concern students of color.  This is your chance to ask any questions you might have about how this admissions process works!  Bring your questions and your lunch - dessert and drinks will be provided by CLC.

            Wednesday, April 15 (12:30-1:20PM)

            JE Dining Room


Kevin Roose, Author of “The Unlikely Disciple”

Kevin is a senior at Brown University. During his sophomore year he transferred for a semester to Liberty University, Jerry Falwell's school for a "cross-cultural experience." Kevin was raised a liberal Quaker and began the semester with the standard set of stereotypes towards conservative evangelicals. Yet throughout the semester, as he gets to know his classmates, his stereotypes break down yet he remains critical of many aspects of conservative evangelical theology and politics.

            Thursday, April 23 (12:30) – Conversation

                        Neibuhr Hall

            Book-signing to follow


Concert: Sacramental Winers, Bible Belters

            Thursday, April 23 (7:30PM)

            YDS Common Room


Senior Class Reception

To the YDS Class of 2009:  In honor of your transition into the community of alumni, the Alumni Relations Office will host a Senior Class Reception for you.  We hope that this time will be a celebration of your accomplishments here at YDS and a joyful look ahead at what is to come.  There will be heavy hors d'oeuvres, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and toasts (or "roasts") by faculty members. We would like this to be a special time for seniors, so we request that only the Class of 2009 and their immediate families attend.  We hope to see all of you there, seniors!

            Thursday, April 16 (6:00PM)

YDS Common Room



The Spiritual Roundtable presents: Rev. Craig Rennebohm, author of "Souls in the Hands of a Tender God"

Craig Rennebohm, a United Church of Christ pastor whose ministry includes outreach on the streets of Seattle, training and consultation with local congregations and community mental health centers, and advocacy for community mental health care will be at CMHC, Columbus House, and Christ Church on May 13-15, 2009.  Check the offerings below and make a choice as to which you want to attend.  Sponsored by the Spiritual Roundtable composed of CMHC, CSN agencies, local clergy and others interested in spirituality and healing.


Family Focus: Companionship Training

Target groups: family, clients, staff

Contact person: Ted Pappas (203) 974-7265

Wednesday, May 13 (4:00-6:00PM)



Topic: Companionship Training

Target Groups: clergy, congregations, public

Contact person: Carol Archer: (203) 907-9504

Wednesday, May 13 (7:00-9:00PM)

Christ Church, Elm & Broadway


Topic: Spirituality and Mental Illness.  CEU credit application pending

Target Groups: nursing, social, mental health staff

Contact person: Mary Dansinghani (203)974-7860

                Thursday, May 14 (9:30-11:30AM)



Topic: Companionship Training

Target Groups: Columbus House, O&E staff

Thursday, May 14 (1:00-3:00PM)

Columbus House


Topic: Companionship Training/Break-out groups

Target Groups: Columbus House, O&E staff

Contact person: Becca Allen (203) 401-4400 x125

Friday, May 15 (9:30-11:30 AM)

Columbus House



The MacMillan Center Initiative on Religion, Politics, & Society Lecture: "Deliberative Secularism in Question: A Comparative Study of the Stasi

Commission (France) and the Bouchard-Taylor Commission (Quebec)"

Nadia Marzouki, Council on Middle East Studies, Yale University

Tuesday, April 14 (12:00-1:20PM)

8 Prospect Place, Room 119


Roland Clement to Speak on Charles Hartshorne and Process  Thinking

Roland Clement, biologist and former vice-president of the National Audubon Society will give an informal talk on his relationship with Process Theologian Charles Hartshorne and lead a discussion about Process Thinking and Alfred North Whitehead.  This is an event of the Yale Divinity School Initiative in Religion, Science and Technology. The IRST Working Group generally meets three times a month at the YDS, and is open to university students, faculty and staff, or community members, with a substantial background/ involvement in religious studies/divinity school or science and an interest in fostering the religion-science dialogue.  Contact:

            Wednesday, April 29 at 6:30, location TBA


All Options Clergy Counseling Training

The All Options Counseling program trains seminarians (of all degree programs and vocational aspirations) to provide spiritual counseling about all of the options available for women and couples who are experiencing problem or crisis pregnancies - usually unintended and unwanted pregnancies, but occasionally medical crises in intended pregnancies.  In this training, participants will explore all options that are available: parenting, adoption, and abortion.  Post-abortion counseling will also be covered.  Women and their families who are dealing with unwelcome or problem pregnancies often have religious, spiritual, and theological questions and look for supportive pastoral help to answer these questions.  To engage in this work is to accompany women as they decide whether to bear a child in accordance with their own faith and beliefs, and then support whatever choice is made.  If you are interested please RSVP to by Tuesday, April 14th. 

Thursday, April 16th (1:30-5:30PM)

Berkeley Center. 


After a year of trying to find the perfect title and subtitle for my book on Paul, my mind is gone and I need some help. The title now agreed on is The Unofficial Paul, but we don't yet have a subtitle.  If you have ideas, please send them to me at, and the winner will get a free copy of my Aeneid translation. Since it's the Aeneid, the second prize is two copies.


Easter Rejoicing

Signs and Songs of Resurrection.  We will gathering the quad – weather permitting.

Monday April 13 (7:00PM)


SBS Faculty Book Party

We’ve had some busy bee professors around here, as proven by the incredible output of scholarship in the last year.  We’d like to celebrate the publications of our faculty in the last year.  Appetizers and champagne (FREE!) to celebrate the books they’ve written (NOT FREE!).  There will be a brief presentation and acknowledgement of the authors by Dean Attridge, and the SBS will be setup in the Common Room to provide the books at your ever-wonderful 15% off membership prices.

            Tuesday, April 14, (4:30PM)


Frontiers in Social Justice Lawyering: Critical Race Revisited, Yale Law School

Check out this upcoming conference April 16-17 (


Conversation about Sustainability at YDS

Building on the enthusiasm from last week's events about living lightly on God's creation, we will meet with Greenfaith Executive Director Fletcher Harper to explore next steps for the BDS/YDS sustainability audit. Greenfaith is a non-profit organization which engages institutions in developing long-term plans for faith-based, sustainable communities. YDS' audit will identify the progress our school has made in sustainable initiatives relating to curriculum, worship, and facilities.  We will identify goals to help us to progress further as a sustainable Divinity School. Your input and suggestions are  key to this process.  Come when you can, leave when you need to.  Looking forward to seeing you there! Questions or comments please contact or

Tuesday, April 14 (12:00 - 1:20)



Halls to Walls Coffee Hour Celebration

CORE and YBS students invite you to join in a celebration of our diversity!  Occasionally even YDS students need to take the time to have fun and so Party

City has been appropriately raided for this purpose. But the streamers and the little plastic whistles shaped like various sports balls are just the beginning. Dress up!  Enjoy pictures of people we celebrate!  Eat, drink, and celebrate.

            Monday, April 13, 2009 (11:00AM)


Call for Papers: YDS Journal Glossalalia

The minimum length of essays is 5 pages, max 15 (double-spaced).  Please send the final draft of your work to either or no later than 11:59pm Monday, April 13.


Student Council Elections

Elections will be held Monday April 13-Wednesday April 15. Please vote!  The Council has been very active over the last few years and continues to need thoughtful representatives who will advocate for student needs.


Bike to Work Day Breakfast

Elm City Cycling is hosting a bike-to-work celebration breakfast on April 17th in front of City Hall from 7:30-9:30! Stop by if you're riding your bike to work (yes, school is your job) that day!  I think you can just pop in and out at your convenience.  If you have any questions or concerns about commuting by bike, I'm sure there are people there who would love to help answer your questions.  Contact:


Iraqi Month at Yale


The Iraqi Exodus Crisis - Refugee Testimonials

            April 13 (7:00PM)

            Rm. 208 William L. Harkness Hall


Heather Raffo and Amir El Saffar in concert: The Sound of Desire

April 17 (7:30PM)

Rm. 114 Sheffield-Sterling-Strathoona Hall


Opening Reception Exhibition by Iraqi painter Najwa Al-Amin

April 20 (4:00PM)

Davenport Art Gallery



For Sale


I'm selling a futon to a nice home.  I bought it nearly new two years ago, and it has hardly been used since.  It's white and close to the ground, folds out into a double bed (from Ikea). It looks like this:  I paid $100, I'll sell it for $50 OBO. It comes with a tan cover sheet (not the Ikea cover).  Contact:



ISO: Tools

I've been working on a project for awhile and it's gone well for the most part, but I thought I'd give this a try. I could use access to some wood shop tools, mainly a jigsaw or bandsaw and a lathe. The lathe would be the most important of these. I could make due without the other two. If anyone for some reason owns these things or knows someone who does that might let me use them for a few hours, I'd really appreciate it. I'd have to purchase some new wood, so it would be a week or so before I needed them ,but I just thought I'd take a  chance and ask.  Contact:



Q Source Editor

The position of Q-Source editor is open for the 2009-2010 academic year.  It is the responsibility of the Q-Source editor to compile and edit the dalemails and other submissions given to the editor sent out each week and amass them into the publication known as the Q-Source, which is sent out some time during weekend.  Qualifications: The Q-Source editor needs to be reliable, very organized, an excellent editor, and willing to check e-mail meticulously.  If you are interested in applying for this position, please e-mail a short statement to me,  and Dale Peterson (, expressing why you would like to be the next Q-Source editor and what skills you bring to the position.  The application deadline is Friday, April 24th.  If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail either one of us.

Magee Fellowship

Dwight Hall at Yale, Center for Public Service and Social Justice, is an independent, nonprofit organization whose mission is “to foster civic-minded student leaders and to promote service and activism in New Haven and around the world.” Dwight Hall supports the work of over 80 student-run organizations, engaging nearly 3,500 undergraduate students each year in activities that promote social change. Founded by undergraduates in 1881 as the Young Men’s Christian Association at Yale, Dwight Hall has evolved into a non-sectarian organization where students from diverse backgrounds can utilize resources to practice service and activism in New Haven and beyond.

The Rev. John G. Magee ’06 Fellowship was established at Dwight Hall in 1987 to maintain the religious roots upon which Dwight Hall was founded. The Magee Fellow creates opportunities for reflection on the spiritual and moral dimensions of direct servicend social action.  (

Information session with current Magee Fellowship, Tamika Aaron.

Tuesday, April 14 (12:30PM)

YDS Common Room

Summer Groundskeeper

Ours is an upscale condominium in Branford with extensive grounds. In the past we have had wonderful people from the Divinity School help in the Summer. Before we list our opening on the general Yale site, I thought we might go direct to you first this year. At this point it is Mon.thru Fri. from 8AM until Noon although there can be some flexibility. There will be general grounds upkeep with some ladder work. Gender is not a factor. Pay will be $12.00 per hour. We are looking at an early May start to continue through Aug. If you have any interested folks, they can call me at any time (488 2323). We will likely list this on the general Yale site at the end of next week.  Don't hesitate to call me with questions.    Jerry Garrity  '50


Typist Needed for Short Book

A retired UCC pastor in the New Haven area (20 years at West Haven UCC) has written a short book on homiletics, longhand. He would like to pay someone to type up his work in Word so that it can be edited and perhaps distributed. Very fair pay to be negotiated. If interested, you can get more details from Bill Goettler, or simply call Rev. Ernie Bodenweber, at 203-734-4323.

G&P Orientation Assistants Needed

OISS (Office of International Students & Scholars) will be hiring three graduate or professional students to assist in welcoming and orienting newly-arrived incoming international students. The two main areas of responsibility are helping to plan and execute orientation programs and events for new graduate and professional students, and assistance with check-in as the new students arrive at OISS.  Application information is available online at:  E-mail for an application or if you have any questions.

Library Summer Job

The Divinity School Library has one full-time (37.5 hours/week) or two part-time (15-19 hours/per week) student assistant positions available in the Library's Cataloging and Acquisitions Departments. Hours must be scheduled between 8:30 and 5, Monday through Friday. These positions do a variety of work including entering records into Orbis, the Library's online catalog, ordering and receiving new acquisitions. Requirements: Average or better keyboarding skills. Facility with English essential. Reading knowledge of one or more Western European language preferred. Must be physically able to shift books and move heavy book trucks. Preference will be given to continuing students who are interested in working part-time in the library in the fall. If interested, please contact Eric Friede, 432-5295 (

CPE in Alaska

Our CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education) satellite center here at Providence Alaska Medical Center still has some positions open for our Summer 2009 unit of CPE which is set to start June 1, 2009.  We were wondering if you could pass this information along to prospective students in your area to see if anyone may be interested in applying.  I am also sending a similar e-mail to all other CPE centers in the Pacific Region with this information. Contact: Karen Quirk (907)212-2990.

Summer Nannying

I am looking for help taking care of my children this summer, several afternoons a week.  The kids each have camp until around 1pm, so I need someone to pick them up and hang out with them at the pool until 4ish.  They are wonderful kids…and our current babysitters Katie and Eric Bugyis can vouch for us!   You must be comfortable driving a suburban, have experience with children and the good judgment that comes with being a YDS student.  Contact:



Summer Sublet in East Rock Area

Looking for a female to sublet one room of a four bedroom house. The other occupants are female YDS and PhD grad students. We have lived here for two years and really enjoyed the location. It's 0.75 miles from the Divinity School and 1 mile from downtown. Available any time after May 22 until August 31. $350/month does not include utilities which do not typically exceed  $50/month in the summer, including wireless internet. Contact:

ISO: Housing

A few of us are looking for a 3 bedroom apartment within walking distance (up to, say, 20 min) of the div school, and we'd love recommendations from the community.  If you know of a place or have good experience with a landlord that would have a place, please email Justin Haaheim:

House to Rent

Great rental opportunity. Detached 2 bedroom house. Very quiet and private.  Highly desirable East Rock neighborhood.  Unique original details…and loads of character & charm!  Walking distance to all fine neighborhood eateries.  Washer & dryer on site. 

On Yale’s Bus route.  5 min walk to downtown. Easy to show.  Quiet one way-street. 30 Cottage Street rear house.  $1300.00 available June 1st.  If you would like to see the unit before June 1st please email the tenant  The landlord can be contacted directly at or 203.376.4826.

Interested in Community Living?  Or subletting?

Are you interested in living in community with three other fabulous YDS students next year? We have an opening for next year in our beautiful four bedroom house, recently remodeled, about a 15 minute walk from campus. Rent is $430, not including utilities. Move in date is flexible. If you are interested and have questions, please feel free to contact,, or   To sublet for the summer, contact:

Summer Sublet

Single bedroom.  Apartment available to sublet from 20 May to 24 August (some flexibility). One bedroom in a two wood-floored BR, wood-floored living room, tiled kitchen and bathroom, spacious East Rock apartment.  Washer and dryer on site. The apartment and bedroom are furnished. A nice YDS roommate (James). The neighborhood is quiet and safe. The apartment is located in Orange Street and the cross street is Canner Street. 5 mins walk from East Rock Park, 15 mins walk from YDS, and 2 mins walk from Archie Moores and Romeo & Cesare. $550/month (utilities not included). I?m willing to be flexible with the rent. Move in/ out arrangements can be discussed. Please contact me if you?re interested: